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CSPAN
Jan 26, 2013 2:00pm EST
and the crowd surges against the police and the car has to go slower and slower. when jackie waves they surge even more enthusiastically to the car. suddenly they are out of the main area and they turn into a sort of empty area, a grassy plaza and as they do, there is a shark cracking sound, people fought with a firecracker, backfire of a motorcycle but john connolly knows what it is. rufus yarborough did know in the instant. he hears the noise and in his report, there it is typed up, statement of rufus w. young blood, chief concerning details events occurring in dallas, texas on november 22nd and it is in his testimony before the warren commission. he knows what it is, he looks up and in kennedy's car which is two cars ahead, he sees what he calls in his report not normal movements. the president appears to be tilting to the left. we know now the poignant tragic reason that kennedy was tilting to the left because although he had been hit by one shot he couldn't fall down because president kennedy has this terribly bad back and he wore a heavy coat and on days like dallas bay where he knew he
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
pennington do it. but then i knew jack pretty well. at the time when i knew jackie was not in the forefront of reporting and the civil-rights issue. he was basically finding out crooks in georgia, even at the top level of government and exposing in such a way that their degradation to the people of georgia were corrected. and that is what he did. he concentrated on those individual things. the people in georgia would no that if they had experience in their own community have someone that was cheating or violating basic principles of human rights, they could contact. they could not call their own state police or their own shares in the county. they could call jack nelson and he could take care of it from the top levels of the way down to the county commission level. he went to harvard, i think, on the. i believe this second year that i was in the state senate, and then he came back and put my last time in the state senate. from there he went on to the an employee at the of the l.a. times because they offered him 50% increase in salary. that was something that he could not turn down. he had a
CSPAN
Jan 27, 2013 7:00am EST
like eleanor roosevelt, jackie kennedy, you know, those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors on the state floor they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it's history, and you read about it in books. to be in their presence seems a little disconnected. but the first ladies on the ground floor are the ones that i remember. i remember their real stories and their real -- i can picture their lives in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles and how they used the space. >> the first ladies, their private and public lives. c-span's teaming up with the white house historical associate for a first-of-its-kind original series. first ladies: influence and image airing over two seasons. season one gips presidents day -- begins presidents day on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> and now, more from booktv's college series. we sat down with stephanos bibas at the university of pennsylvania's annenberg school for communication to discuss his book "the
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2013 1:00am EST
of more modern day first ladies that i can identify with more. people like eleanor roosevelt, jackie kennedy, those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors on the state floor, they seem like characters from a wonderful story, because it was such a long time ago. it's history and you read a
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